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May 8th, 1862 AD (search for this): article 1
of Lynchburg, (Captain Otey,) whose company was in the thickest of the fight during the entire period of action. When met by his father, who was deeply distressed, he remarked, " Father, I feel defending my dear mother's grace." God grant him recovery from his wounds, and that his brilliant promise may be fulfilled, to the discharge of even more important duties to his country. A Friends who Saw Him. Lists of casualties.Seventh Virginia regiment. Headquarters 7th Va., Vols., May 8th, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch:--You will confer a favor by publishing the following list of the killed and wounded of the 7th Virginia Regiment, Col. J. L Kemper in the engagement near Williamsburg, on Monday last; Company A. Killed--Private Jas L' Clone Wounded--Lieut F. V. Foy, arm and breast. Privates Jno W. Price, in the hand; W P Carpenter, slightly; Wm Warren, face. Company B. Wounded--Privates Wm. Nicholson, mortally in the breast; J. W. Brown, slightly in th
slightly in breasts; S. S. Henshaw, slightly in face; Private J. E. Brown severely inform. Company H. Killed — Lieut A M Ewell and Private Lewis Schmidt. Wounded--Privates Frank Carter, severely in leg; Wm. P Phillipe; slightly in breast; J Gant, slightly in face. Company I. Killed--Corporal Brown. Wounded--Lieut Jno E Wyant, slightly in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Sergt J. W. Levell, slightly in head; Sergt R H Weaver, slightly in head. Privates J. W. Austin, severs in head; J D Lucas, severely in thigh; W H Smith, severely in shoulder; C L Close, slightly in head; S W Greyson, in head; J T Groome, in foot; J W Harlow, in head and thigh. Recapitulation. Killed7 Mortally wounded6 Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from6
W. A. Brown (search for this): article 1
A M Ewell and Private Lewis Schmidt. Wounded--Privates Frank Carter, severely in leg; Wm. P Phillipe; slightly in breast; J Gant, slightly in face. Company I. Killed--Corporal Brown. Wounded--Lieut Jno E Wyant, slightly in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Sergt J. W. Levell, slightly in head; Sergt R H Weaver, slightly in head. Privates J. W. Austin, severs in head; J D Lucas, severely in thigh; W H Smith, severely in shoulder; C L Close, slightly in head; S W Greyson, in head; J T Groome, in foot; J W Harlow, in head and thigh. Recapitulation. Killed7 Mortally wounded6 Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from63 Total77 Those who were seriously wounded were left in the hospitals at Williamsburg, and are now in the hands of
yne and Griffle Barley. Wounded-- First Sergeant Thomas Cooke, slightly; G Delweedy, in thigh; S. P. Tweedy in thigh; F B Tweedy, in hand; Jos E. Rice, in leg; W. B. Williams, in shoulder and severe; B. Phillips, in leg; Wm Wilson, mortally; Moore Jennings, leg; Chas Blakenship, shoulder and both arms; H. W. Clay, mortally; H. A Roberts, w is G. D. Rosser, wrist; W C Rosser, shoulder and both arms; W. L. Rector, mortally; W. J. Monroe, shoulder; Henry O Elliott, foot; Chap Jones, slightly; Chas B Clement, head; Peyton Edds both thighs. The missing not reported. Company D., Fincastle rifles, Capt. D. G. Houston. Killed — Jno K. Murray, Jno W Carper, and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, shot in thigh; 2d Lieut. Jno H. Camper, shot in knee; R arper, thigh; Jos W. F eig slightly; G. W. Hamilton, hand; M. W. Hitchcock, side, slight; G. W. Loop, thigh; Nathan Leman, wrist, J Hurray, hand; W. H. in lair, side, slight; James M. Weeks, thigh; Jacob Fluke, leg.
George Johnson (search for this): article 1
d; Peyton Edds both thighs. The missing not reported. Company D., Fincastle rifles, Capt. D. G. Houston. Killed — Jno K. Murray, Jno W Carper, and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, shot in thigh; 2d Lieut. Jno H. Camper, shot in knee; R arper, thigh; Jos W. F eig slightly; G. W. Hamilton, hand; M. W. Hitchcock, side, slight; G. W. Loop, thigh; Nathan Leman, wrist, J Hurray, hand; W. H. in lair, side, slight; James M. Weeks, thigh; Jacob Fluke, leg. Missing — George Johnson. Company E. Lynchburg rifle, Capt. Ward. Killed — None. Wounded--1st Lieut W. R. Abbott, in head, slightly; L P Neville, wrest; Thos Marshall, face; James Katen, head;--Gilbert, face. Company F, Preston Guards, Capt. Fowlkee. Killed — Fred Shumaner, Wm. Keister, and J. G. Crews Wounded — C. H. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James
st; J Gant, slightly in face. Company I. Killed--Corporal Brown. Wounded--Lieut Jno E Wyant, slightly in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Sergt J. W. Levell, slightly in head; Sergt R H Weaver, slightly in head. Privates J. W. Austin, severs in head; J D Lucas, severely in thigh; W H Smith, severely in shoulder; C L Close, slightly in head; S W Greyson, in head; J T Groome, in foot; J W Harlow, in head and thigh. Recapitulation. Killed7 Mortally wounded6 Otherwise wounded, as far as yet heard from63 Total77 Those who were seriously wounded were left in the hospitals at Williamsburg, and are now in the hands of the enemy. Elevenths Virginia regiment. The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the 11th Regiment V
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Rough and ready rifles, Capt. Jones. Killed--Sergeant R. F. Humphreys, and H P cobs Wounded--Corporal S. A. Lee, in shoulder; Jas W. Barton, in breast, severely; Wm. Gutheridge, in face; Jas Glasseil, in arm; Jas G. Kemper, in thigh; John James, in leg. Company K, Valley Ranger, Capt. A. M. Houston. Killed--First Lieut Jas W. Martin, Richard B. Parker, and Ro Hudson. Wounded--Serg. R. C. Campbell, in arm; Corporal J. M. Morrison, in face; Corporal J. T. Hurdy, in arm slightly; Wm. Ferguson, in arm; Wm H. Hardy, to arm; Houston Walkup, in hand and breast; John Groman, in hand and breast; Samuel Schindell, in knee; John McCulloch mortally; Benj Falls, slightly; Jas Powell, in thigh. Missing — Jas R. Markham. Recapitulation. Field and Staff — Killed, none; wounded, 2. Company A--killed; 4; wounded, 13; missing, 1. Company B--killed 3; wounded, 6. Company D--killed, 5; wounded, 13; missing, 1. Company E--wounded, 5. Company F--killed 3; wounded,
ray, Jno W Carper, and Jos Kesster. Wounded--First Lieut. John T James, shot in thigh; 2d Lieut. Jno H. Camper, shot in knee; R arper, thigh; Jos W. F eig slightly; G. W. Hamilton, hand; M. W. Hitchcock, side, slight; G. W. Loop, thigh; Nathan Leman, wrist, J Hurray, hand; W. H. in lair, side, slight; James M. Weeks, thigh; Jacob Fluke, leg. Missing — George Johnson. Company E. Lynchburg rifle, Capt. Ward. Killed — None. Wounded--1st Lieut W. R. Abbott, in head, slightly; L P Neville, wrest; Thos Marshall, face; James Katen, head;--Gilbert, face. Company F, Preston Guards, Capt. Fowlkee. Killed — Fred Shumaner, Wm. Keister, and J. G. Crews Wounded — C. H. Jones, severely in body; John Wygall, in shoulder; H. Farrish, in thigh; D C Hughes, neck; Boss Rocke, head; Fleming Roop, shoulder, slightly; J. E. T. Craig, shoulder; James Murdock, foot; B. R. Long, both hands. Company G. Home Guard, Capt. Otey. Killed — None. Wounded-- 1st Sergeant Jas. Frankl
J. E. Brown (search for this): article 1
J T Miller, mortally in head; E. A. Wood, slightly in side. Company G. Wounded Sergts R. W. Jenkins, slightly in shoulder; P. R. Morris, severely in hand; Corporals C. C. Sparks, slightly in breasts; S. S. Henshaw, slightly in face; Private J. E. Brown severely inform. Company H. Killed — Lieut A M Ewell and Private Lewis Schmidt. Wounded--Privates Frank Carter, severely in leg; Wm. P Phillipe; slightly in breast; J Gant, slightly in face. Company I. Killed--Corporal BroCorporal Brown. Wounded--Lieut Jno E Wyant, slightly in hand; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. A. Brown, mortally in abdomen; Lieut W. P Walters, mortally in abdomen; Private — Thurston, slightly in head. Company K. Wounded--Lieut J. M. Rosser, severely in leg; Sergt G H Racer, severely in hand; Sergt J. W. Levell, slightly in head; Sergt R H Weaver, slightly in head. Privates J. W. Austin, severs in head; J D Lucas, severely in thigh; W H Smith, severely in shoulder; C L Close, sl
J. W. Brown (search for this): article 1
h Va., Vols., May 8th, 1862. To the Editors of the Dispatch:--You will confer a favor by publishing the following list of the killed and wounded of the 7th Virginia Regiment, Col. J. L Kemper in the engagement near Williamsburg, on Monday last; Company A. Killed--Private Jas L' Clone Wounded--Lieut F. V. Foy, arm and breast. Privates Jno W. Price, in the hand; W P Carpenter, slightly; Wm Warren, face. Company B. Wounded--Privates Wm. Nicholson, mortally in the breast; J. W. Brown, slightly in the back. Company C. Wounded--Capt. P. S. Ashby, slightly in the head; Lieut J. W. Pannill, seriously in the leg. Privates John Bickers, slightly in the back; Wm. J. Cook, slightly in the head; Wm. A. Backsley, slightly in the arm; Henry Mitchell, seriously in the hand; Geo Morris. slightly in the face; A. W. Shadrack, slightly in the arm. Company D. Killed--Private W. H. Stafford. Wounded--Sergeant J. Hare, severely in the hand. Privates J. W. East, slightly
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